About Bob Hope Airport (BUR, KBUR)
Situated three miles northwest of the central business district of Burbank, the city in Los Angeles County, California, Bob Hope Airport, also known as Hollywood Burbank Airport, is an open to public airport serving the northern part of the Greater Los Angeles Area, such as the San Fernando Valley, Pasadena, and Glendale. The airport is noted for its direct rail connection to the city center of Los Angeles. Bob Hope Airport is owned and operated by Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority. Covering an area of about 614 acres, Bob Hope Airport features two asphalt surfaced runways in excellent condition along with the other top-flight facilities.
There are 106 aircraft based on the field of Bob Hope Airport, including single-engine airplanes, helicopters, jet airplanes, and multiple-engine airplanes. The major aircraft operations Bob Hope Airport provides are transient general aviation, commercial, military, air taxi, and local general aviation.